College life is more than academic. Being involved in campus clubs and organizations can be a wonderful opportunity to gain leadership skills, meet new people and provide service to the college and the community. You also gain valuable experiences that are needed in applying for scholarships or jobs.
Find an activity that you would enjoy. Join a club, play on a team, or run in an election!
Celebrate the end of the year in style for the first Blue’s Night Out dinner and comedy show! Enjoy dinner from the Olive Garden, and a comedy performance by the Found Footage Festival.
The Found Footage Festival is a live comedy show featuring the funniest, weirdest and most outrageous video clips ever dug up on VHS. Hosts Joe and Nick scour thrift stores and garage sales around the country and serve up highlights, complete with live commentary and where-are-they-now updates on these video relics. None of these videos can be found on YouTube so buckle up as FFF resurrects these gems in a hilarious hour of VHS insanity.
Click here to preview the show
To buy tickets, visit the ACC Marketplace.
The Third Annual ACC Dolphin Dash will be held at the Alvin Community College campus on Saturday, May 9 (changed from March 7). The registration fee to participate is $15 per person (includes T-shirt and refreshments). The price will increase to $20 on the day of the race. Proceeds from the race will benefit the Student Government Association. The race starts at 9 a.m. with check-in and registration beginning at 7:30 a.m.
Click here to register
Dolphins Lead is a year-long program where you will learn valuable leadership and professional skills that will help you as you advance in your education and begin a career.
Who can join Dolphins Lead?
The program is open to all credit students at ACC. To apply, click here.
When does Dolphins Lead meet?
Dolphins Lead meets twice a month on Tuesdays. Meetings start at 12:30 p.m.
Each meeting will focus on an important leadership or professional skill. Each month you will have the chance to meet with business leaders in the community to see how you can use these skills in real life. Free lunch is always provided.
What will I learn in Dolphins Lead?
Each month you will learn about a new aspect of professionalism and leadership. Topics include networking, professional communication, dressing for success, working with teams, goal setting, budgeting and more.
Why participate in Dolphins Lead?
This a great chance for you to gain valuable leadership and professional skills while making new friends and building your resume. Student who participate are leaders on campus and will get the tools needed to stand out in job interviews and when applying to prestigious four-year universities.
At the end of the year you will be honored as a Dolphins Lead graduate at a special luncheon for your family, recognized at ACC Awards Day and receive a letter of recommendation from a dean of the president of Alvin Community College.
In addition you will have a chance to network with local business leaders and make new connections with your fellow students, faculty, staff and the community.
How do I sign up for Dolphins Lead?
You can register for the program by clicking here or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Student participating in Dolphins Lead must be in good disciplinary and academic standing.
Where can I learn more about Dolphins Lead?
You can email the Office of Student Activities at email@example.com or call 281-756-3686.
Clubs & Organizations
Interested in getting involved in campus life? Take a moment to explore the variety of clubs open to Alvin Community College students.
Throughout the year Student Activities sponsors great programs for ACC students including:
- Annual Party on the Patio Back to School Bash
- ACC Club Social
- Sports Tournaments
- Constitution Day
- Annual Student Leadership Conference
- Fall and Spring Alcohol and Drug Awareness Weeks
- President's Forum
- Study Skills Workshops
- Job Readiness Week
Student Activities also hosts annual community events including:
The Student Center, located in the round building in the center of the ACC campus, is the hub of student activities and events. The Center is home to:
- ATM Machine
- Mr. C’s Bistro and Deli
- College Store
- Study Grounds Coffee Bar
- Student Activities Office
- Student Government Association Office
- The Texas Room
- Cell Phone Charging Stations
The Student Center is a great place to relax between classes and have fun at weekly special events hosted by Student Activities and the Student Government Association. Stop by to:
- Play ping pong or air hockey
- Watch TV on a 64 inch HD television in the Texas Room
- Play Wii or bring your own gaming system
- Take advantage of free Wi-Fi internet
Student Activities Office
Building E, Room 126